Published Oct. 25 at 5:30 a.m., Photo updated at 4:39 p.m.
The Revelation Project (TRP), a West Kingston-based social media and photography project that helps women re-discover their authentic selves, recently announced a new partnership with ShutterCal, a Providence-based Betaspring company that offers members a 365-day calendar photo-journaling experience.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with
ShutterCal on this unbelievable journey,” said The Revelation Project (TRP)
co-founder, Monica Rodgers of West Kingston. “The idea behind
Reveal 365 is to bring the magic of The Revelation Project to women everywhere
with an inspiring 365-day digital photo journaling experience that’s unlike any
workshop they’ve ever taken.”
ShutterCal is a Betaspring company that launched in 2012 as a calendar-based daily photo journal community where members document their lives through their own photographs and create a visual history of their life.
“There is nothing more powerful than partnering with a company like The Revelation Project that shares our philosophy of empowering people,” said Scott Michael Harris, CEO and co-founder of ShutterCal.
The Revelation Project was created three years ago with the idea that women could be interviewed, photographed and taken on a journey of self-discovery through a professional photography experience that captures their most authentic selves. It has grown into a TRP “sisterhood” thanks to its members and co-founders, including social media strategist and entrepreneur, Rodgers, professional photographer, Kim Fuller and certified professional co-active coach, Andrea Willets.
The women behind TRP will lead members through the Reveal 365 experience. Using the tools created by ShutterCal, Reveal 365 will guide members through a year-long digital journey of self-discovery through photographs, life-coach prompts, discussions, and revelations that challenge members to document their passions, inspirations, thoughts, doubts, fears, cherished moments and everything in between.
“Reveal 365 is about unleashing the brilliance of women, documenting our revelations along the way, and lighting up the world with positive action, passion, and inspiration,” Rodgers said.